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Monthly Archives: July 2013

An Empty Wardrobe

This weekend has been the toughest by far for two reasons, firstly we sorted through Claire’s clothes on Saturday and yesterday I sorted through the loft and found a load […]

Good bye old, hello new

So many people are sending the messages and e-mails in response to my blog posts, thank you, please keep them coming you are not bothering me, you are not annoying […]

A weird thing keeps happening…

When I started writing this site about my journey of coping with grief my intention was to use it like a permanent diary so that I could chart my progress […]

Removing a critical component

My middle daughter (16 years old) wanted to go to the shops on Saturday and asked if I would go with her, oh joy I thought! We wandered around for […]

My beautiful daughter’s prom

Last night was my beautiful daughter’s prom. It was tough. The kids all met at a friends house for a pre-prom party, so many Mums were there having their photographs […]

A New Chapter By The Sea

We went down to our new house over the weekend to have a chat with the guy selling it. Nothing is definite yet as we haven’t exchanged contracts, but as […]

The Paradox of Despair

I’m currently reading an excellent book called “Seven Choices – finding daylight after loss shatters your world” by Dr Elizabeth Harper Neeld. It’s the account of Dr Neeld as she […]